Android Exchange Activesync Failed To Create The Account
Apr 1, 2015 #147 [email protected] I upgraded my Wife's Samsung Galaxy S5 from Lollipop 5.0 to 5.1 on 28/03/2015 and was then able to add my HoTMaiL account using EAS. Just updated to 5.0.1. I'm rooted running Myn's RLS3 ROM if that information is needed... I was expecting to have to install the certificate manually.After a few minutes, the message went away and I started receiving mail again. Source
Feb 3, 2015 #100 [email protected] Any other fixes for this? I went ahead and purchased the app, I hope Google figures out the issue before Lollypop hits other phones with older OS. I'm guessing it is like this since I used Titanium to restore account settings rather than setting it up manually. No acces allowed to edit APN proxy and some other things that didn't work.
Android Exchange Activesync Failed To Create The Account
For users, it isn't easy to get updates made to a mail server. I should say limited to contacts and email out of the box. Got one of these in from the field and it simply will not work with anything Exchange2010 related.
Apr 20, 2015 #160 [email protected] Seems it is fixed in 5.1. Htc Exchange Activesync Authentication Failed Log in or Sign up Forums News Help Android Forums Forums > Android Phones > HTC EVO 4G > New Device Forum (and giveaway!): Honor 6X How I fixed the Exchange Please verify username and/or password. https://community.sprint.com/baw/message/231313 Right-click ExchangeVDir, and then click Modify.NoteExchangeVDir is case-sensitive.
Additional Details A Web exception occurred because an HTTP 401 - Unauthorized response was received from IIS7. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Windows Server 2008 You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. There are third party solutions available that ignore verifying certificates to get round this limitation, they are available from the Android Market.[/FONT] I therefore installed 'Exchange for Android 2.x' and I Get "unable to connect to server" error.
Htc Exchange Activesync Authentication Failed
Thanks to [email protected] https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/92570-android-sync-with-exchange-2003 Apr 16, 2015 #158 [email protected] Does anyone know if there's any way to bring this to the attention of the AOSP team? Android Exchange Activesync Failed To Create The Account None of the recommended fixes work for me. Failed To Create Account. Please Try Again Later. Adsense As Lollipop rolls out to more people, this issue is going to become more prevalent, and I feel it's important to get a new Exchange Services apk out there.
Of course there are work arounds via nine, touchdown, etc., but they are not the right answer as being native to the new gmail app. http://3ecommunications.net/failed-to/failed-to-assign-spn-on-account-error-0x21c7-8647.html Please help. I doubt this is information is much help but maybe it will keep us from chasing our tails. 0 Jalapeno OP Jimmy-D Dec 8, 2011 at 12:47 UTC Could be a differnt issue though, we use client certificates.
I thought the Evo supports ActiveSync? There was a patch for Nexus phone to 5.1 that seemed to fix a similar problem, but I don't know if Verizon has that patch yet. Apr 14, 2015 #153 [email protected] I have exactly same problem like thread #136 and its endlessly frustrating because everthing is ok and emails are sinchonising except on wifi... have a peek here Thank you, thank you, thank you.
It made me remember someone on another website suggesting resetting mobile APN's helped them with Exchange issues. Contacts are entirely are partially missing :-( Calender is working fine though Dec 23, 2014 #84 [email protected] I had this issue with lollipop too. Unable to connect to server." I tried the OWA application and it works, however It doesn't synchronize my corporate calendar and it is a bit annoying.
I selected Activesync and I'm seeing all my emails, contacts and appointments.
Nov 18, 2014 #25 [email protected] I was having a possivly related issue, OTA to lolipop broke existing exchange account. Email, calendar and contacts are now working. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? From the calendar program, if I select Menu-->More-->Calendars, my Exchange calendar isn't listed.Also, if I go to the main Menu-->Account & Sync, there is no Exchange or Activesync listed.
I researched this issue when the phone first came out and came up with nothing on it, and two other guys at work with the Droid Eris on 1.5 don't have I have nexus 5 with cyanogenmod 12.1 (Android 5.1) and exchange works fine...Yeah.. Check the certificates on the device and in your environment, if you are using them in your environment either set the option to "accept all" or get a certificate put on Check This Out Repeat the process to turn the logging off after trying to create/sync your exchange account.
Nov 17, 2014 #5 [email protected] Same here Nov 17, 2014 #6 [email protected] I don't know if this is the solution to fix your problems, but I also had Issues https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=23727 Nov 18, 2014 #23 [email protected] Suggested fix from #22 did not work for me. Anyone got any reference from Google? Phooey.Click to expand...
Jan 17, 2015 #96 [email protected] Thank you rakssh.m. Tested all 3 users accounts on my HTC incredible and it didn't error out. Issue of too many certificate created. #93 is absolutely correct. FW : 2.1 update1 software : 1.21.405.2 language FR View 2 Replies View Related Android :: Hotmail Exchange Activesync Jun 15, 2010 I'm trying to find out the Hotmail Exchange server
On our Evo's it just worked. Hope this helps. anyway, after that I deleted the device and phone went back to factory settings. As trough "Mobile Data" it works while trough Wi-Fi it doesn't.
Click OK. I've been running through some of these fixes listed here all to no avail thus far. Feb 8, 2011 #24 woffle99 New Member Joined: Mar 3, 2011 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Just wanted to say thanks for posting this - it was beginning to do my The integrated setup of Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 creates the exchange-oma virtual directory in IIS.
Fortunately I have worked out the the proxy ip address and port are not required for the apn to function, so have left them out entirely, and both mobile network and